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Thu August 1, 2013
Bay Bucks: The local currency of Traverse City
Today on Stateside, we talked with currency expert, journalist, and author Jacqui Dunne about local currencies. In case you're still a little unclear as to how a local currency would work in everyday life, we found out more about it.
Dena Ames is a Traverse City resident. She works at Oryana Natural Food Market where they use and exchange a local currency called Bay Bucks.
Dena Ames joined us today from Traverse City to talk about how Bay Bucks are helping the local economy.
Listen to the full interview above.